Mali's transitional Prime Minister Cheick Modibo Diarra has formed his government, local TV reported on Wednesday.
Diarra said on state television that the government composed of 24 members, in which no former minister is chosen.
The National Council for the Recovery of Democracy and the Restoration of the State (CNRDRE), the Mali military junta that ousted former President Amadou Toumani Toure on March 22, held positions in the defense ministry, the ministry of homeland security and emergency preparedness, and the ministry of territorial administration and local government.
The list of the 24 members of Malian transitional government which will be headed by Cheick Modibo Diarra was released on Wednesday morning by the secretary general of government, Diakite Fatoumata N'Diaye.
The statement that announced the list of the 24 ministers indicated that the government was put in place in accordance to decree number 2012-194-PRM of April 24, 2012.
Below the said statement, the signatures of interim president Diouncounda Traore and the prime minister Modibo Diarra were appended.
The list does not have any member of a political party, whether those from parties that supported the March 22 coup d'etat or those that were opposed to it. There's also no minister who served in the deposed government of president Amadou Toumani Toure.
Tienan Coulibaly who will occupy the finance docket previously served in the regime of general Moussa Traore who led Mali between 1968 to 1991.